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Can Splenda Cause Headaches
Splenda: No scientific research that im aware of. ...Read more
Artificial sweetener: I don't believe there is any definite evidence in humans, but you don't want to overdo using artificial sweeteners on general principles. ...Read more
Does SPLENDA (1, 6-Dichloro-1, 6-dideoxy-β-D-fructofuranosyl-4-chloro-4-deoxy-α-D-galactopyranoside) cause Cancer or linked to any to other problems?
Don't think so: Don't believe any studies have shown problems with splenda ...Read more
Lots of things: Head aches, insomnia, funny taste in mouth, weight gain! (not a typo, they can make you gain weight!), loss of libido, memory loss, mood swings and on and on. Some people tolerate splenda and other artificial sweeteners without any obvious short term problems. Nobody really knows what will happen after using them for 50 years or more. Choose your poisons carefully! ...Read more
Which one is the most healthiest truvia or splenda? Trying to find a sweetner that won't cause health issues such as cancer or any kind of disorders
Stevia: It's best to stay away from chemical sweeteners. Give stevia a try. It's a root made into a powder and is very sweet so you only need a little. Once you stop using chemical toxins your body will work to eliminate them. Hydration and exercise will help. Intermittent fasting is in the research these days with lots of benefits but do that with the guidance of your doc. ...Read more
Can stevia cause cavities? (sweet leaf the only sugar substitute from a plant not made of chemicals)
Many many reasons: See photo for some reasons. Most common are benign. Reasons can be illnesses that affect your body to local diseases such as sinus, or teeth. Most are not serious. I suggest a consult with a physician. ...Read more
There are certain foods and aspects of lifestyle that can trigger or worsen headaches and migraines. The best way to identify triggers is to maintain a headache diary and keep a list of foods eaten before your migraine.
Common triggers include chocolate, caffeine, cheese, msg, processed meats, alcohol, smoking/being around smoke, stress, skipping meals, lack of sleep or too much sleep. ...Read more
Neck tight? Stress?: Most people have a headache at some time, such as from colds and flus, lack of sleep, too much driving, long hours on the computer, stress at work, etc... Several over-the-counter options include tylenol, (acetaminophen) motrin/advil, alleve, excedrinmigraine, and their generic brands. A bad or increasing headache, recurrent headache, weird headache, or one with other worrisome symptoms must be seen by a doctor. ...Read more
Headaches: Headaches could be caused by many conditions. Among them the most common are migraines, cervical spine disc condition, greater occipital neuralgia, and tension type headache. Othe conditions like brain tumors, brain hemorrhages or infections can present with headaches as well, but usually do so with other accompanying symptoms. ...Read more
Complicated!: A headache is defined as a pain in the head or upper neck. It is one of the most common locations of pain in the body and has many causes. 3 major categories of headaches: primary headaches (tension/migraine/cluster); secondary (underlying structural problem) ; cranial neuralgias, facial pain, and other headaches. Finding/investigating the numerous causes of headaches will allow better treatment. ...Read more
Many...: Headaches can be caused by more things than can be mentioned in this post. For example - dehydration, stress, vision problem, brain tumor, illness, fever, hypertension, aneurysm, (and on and on). If you are having issues with headaches, see your physician. If it is acute, new, and debilitating pain consider being seen emergently. ...Read more
Recurrent episodic headache can be migraine, migraine headache is episodic, frontal, throbbing, associated with nausea, vomiting, light and noise intolerance.
If your headache is coming more than once a week, you need to see your doctor to start you on a preventive medication. ...Read more
Anything: Headaches can come from fatigue, sleeping too much or too little, eye strain, sleep apnea, snoring, being dehydrated, having chronic sinusitis or allergies, too much caffeine or over the counter headache medication, high blood pressure or something more serious like a tumor. See your doctor and get checked. ...Read more
Could be tension?: See pcp to r/o any other pthology. ...Read more
Maybe yes: Many medications list headaches as a possible side effect. However, headaches are common in people, whether or not they are taking medication. If one gets headaches right after each dose of advair, advair may well be the cause. Advair has 2 ingredients, so one can try them individually to see if either cause a headache. One can also ask to try symbicort, (budesonide and formoterol) which is a little different from advair. ...Read more
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